Beauty Roundup: Celebrity beauty lines, a new NAKED Palette, and FENTY Brows

It's Ghost Month alright because R.I.P. to our wallets! This week, we’ve got the latest on not one, but two new celebrity beauty lines in the works (they’re both fiercely talented!) as well as Urban Decay’s newest NAKED palette (perfect for the coming Ber months) and FENTY Beauty’s new drop just for your brows. Oh, and move over La Mer - there's a new super luxe skincare line with a price tag that makes us want to tear up! Are you ready for this jelly? Keep on reading!

Image via E! News

Image via E! News

Kill 'em with makeup

The heart wants what it wants indeed! According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, another celebrity might just be starting her own beauty line very soon. Last July 11, Selena Gomez reportedly filed for a patent for an eponymous line of beauty products that includes fragrances, essential oils, incense, body care, skincare, hair care, nails, and of course, makeup! 

There’s no word yet on what the exact products are or when things will start being teased but to be honest, we're shaking with excitement! How do you feel about SelGo starting a beauty line?

Full story on Refinery 29

Image via Temptalia

Image via Temptalia

Honey, I’m home!

Could this week get any better? I’m sorry, but I’m definitely all about that NAKED life. Urban Decay just announced that they are launching another palette in their NAKED series, aptly called NAKED Honey. Aimed to give you that “retro golden glow” the 12-shadow palette features stunning shades of gold, nudes, and browns. Set to launch on September 13, we’re ready to bring on the golden glow just in time for the Ber months! Shop Urban Decay here.

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Image via WWD

Her goodies, oh her goodies

Hip hop and R&B singer Ciara dropped a major bomb during her panel talk at BeautyCon LA. She is reportedly working on a skincare and makeup line that she “can’t wait to share with the world!” Designed to help build the confidence in its users, the line will include both skincare and makeup products. No word yet on when we can expect any teasers or actual products but with Ciara’s glowing and ageless skin, we are definitely going to keep our eyes peeled! 

Full story on US Magazine

Images via Marie Claire

Images via Marie Claire

The quest for perfection

Not one to shy away from a challenge, designer Tom Ford continues to break barriers and set standards both in the fashion and beauty world. A self-confessed perfectionist, Ford has been developing new skincare that aims to give one the “caffeine effect” for their skin. Formulated with white porcelain cacao, caffeine, and gyokoro, Tom Ford Research has come out with two new unisex products that energize, refine, hydrate, and transform skin. 

The Tom Ford Research Serum Concentrate ($350) is a quick-absorbing serum that promises to jumpstart tired skin, hydrate, and diminish the appearance of pores, lines, and wrinkles. It's meant to be followed by the Tom Ford Research Crème Concentrate ($450), an ultra-rich cream that boosts radiance and luminosity while staying light and fresh. With their steep price tags, one can only hope that these truly are miracles in a bottle! Would you ever spend this much on a skincare product? Shop Tom Ford skincare here.

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Image via Essence

Take a brow

Why does it seem like FENTY Beauty is launching something new every week? Well, maybe it’s because they are - sort of. Despite just hitting us with a crazy new foundation launch (our wallets weren’t ready), Rihanna has announced that they are also going to release brow products!

Rihanna broke the news in Las Vegas by announcing that their next new release will be the Ultra Fine Brow Pencil and Styler, a super thin brow pencil aimed at giving you hair like strokes. And the best part? There are 14 shades ranging from the cool-toned to warm browns, plus reds and grays, too. RiRi pretty much has everyone covere! Watch for the launch on August 23, and shop FENTY Beauty here.

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